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This is one of the oldest churches in Tiradentes. It dates from the 18th century and its history is a bit different from the other churches found in this historic town. As all the other churches, this one was also built by black slaves, but...More
Although not as beautiful as Santo Antonio this lovely church should not be missed. Has incredible historical significance for Brazil and the history of slavery in Brazil. Took 100 years to be built by the slaves at night or in free time it is a...More
Well, if you are in Tiradentes make sure you have smaller bills to pay entrances to church and museum. Nothing is free, only the squares!
I learned that if you pay more for Saint Antonio, then the Black Rosario being cheaper offer less, actually in...More
The history of Brazil is built on social disparity and slavery was predominant for many years.
This church was built by the slaves in their 'free time'.
It is beautiful yet poor but you feel the passion and the pain still to these days.
Its a very beautiful and quiet church. Better ask a guide to speak of the interesting tales about this church and its archtecture. Do not miss it. If u like taking pics walk around the place and one can find great spots.
This smallish church stands out both for its particular architecture, it's very interesting interior and it's history, as it was built in the off hours by local mine slaves that sneaked gold under their nails, etc to decorate its interior.
I would suggest it as...More